Hello my dear readers. How are you doing? Decorating for Christmas? I have decorated my room with a small doll tree and i have placed all those “regional” Christmas ornaments. These are a Santa Claus, a wreath of pine cones, small angels, bells and some small houses with glitter. And since I have started preparing… Continue reading Hama Beads X.mas ornaments
Hello dear friends !!! Ready for Christmas? Counting the days? I am certainly not counting the days, so i delayed to fix my Christmas ornaments, to decorate the tree and generally to get into the festive atmosphere … Better late than never people say, so I present a potpourri of easy and quick construction 🙂… Continue reading Christmas ornaments
Good morning to you all !!! In a previous post, I showed you how to build easily a game that will accompany you on your travels. I also mentioned that I store it in a wooden box that I have built . I mentioned it , have i written an article about it? No ….… Continue reading Popsicle stick jewellery box
Just before and this month, another post from Dreams and Craft. This time hatch lings were seated on the leaves of an interior plant and basking in the sunshine. The two turtles, one green and the other yellow, did no fuss about just sat .. and maybe eating leaves … leaves rich in vitamins that… Continue reading Mini turtles
Good morning to all of you out there!!! How is it going; Another easy handicraft awaits you today and it has to do with flowers. So after the flowers with wool and wire, it’s time for flowers with pipe cleaners. My love for flowers is obvious 🙂 For this craft you will need pipe cleaners… Continue reading Pipe cleaners flowers
A lantern to keep the flame of your candle “alive”, to illuminate your room and your dreams …. For this craft you will need Popsicle sticks, glue and wax paper. The instructions for building your Popsicle stick candle holder are on the video below. Just to add some details that are not mentioned in the… Continue reading Popsicle stick candle holder
Inspired by The Thread of Ariadne and the Labyrinth of Minotaur
As it is known from the Greek mythology, Ariadne, daughter of King Minos, gave a ball of thread (known now as the thread of Ariadne ) to Theseus which helped him find the way out of the Labyrinth, after his victory over the Minotaur. The Labyrinth at Knossos designed and built by Daedalus for King Minos and its role was to hold the Minotaur.
After this sort story, I decided to design my labyrinth and here it is…
To design this maze and many more, the only thing that you have to do is click here The Teachers Corner and try all the available combinations. The program provides levels from easy (for beginners and young children) to difficult (for experts and adults).
Hope you and your friends enjoy it.